The first nine-year term of the 15 Judges (eleven full, four deputy) of the World Court will expire in December. Nominations were in order last week for their successors. They came thick and fast, from 42 countries, with only 13, including the U. S., still to be heard from. Included were the names of six U. S. citizens:

Nominee Nominated by

Roscoe Pound, Dean of the Harvard Law School Australia, Great Britain, Siam.

Elihu Root, President Roosevelt's Secretary of State. Nicaragua

James Brown Scott, onetime Major and Judge Advocate of the U. S....

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